Kristin Herston (Two-Time Olympian)
Kristin became a massage therapist in 2010 after completing her training at National Holistic Institute in San Jose, CA. Her passion for massage therapy began while training to qualify for her first Olympic Games as a shot putter, while simultaneously working full-time as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Stanford University. It was during her own two hour weekly massages where she realized not just the physical, but mental, emotional and healing benefits massage brought to her overall well being.
She retired from international completion at 36 years old, after competing on two US Olympic teams(’04 Athens, ’08 Beijing), six World Championship, and two Pan American teams. It was at the completion of her athletic career that she realized she wanted to make it her life’s work to give to others what had been so enriching in her life thus far.
Calm mind. Relaxed body. Help lower your stress levels and relieve muscle tension with light pressure and warm, soothing techniques.
Rescued from tightness. Relieved from pain. Deep, targeted pressure and trigger point work softens knots
and helps grant relief from everyday aches and pains.
Greater mobility. Increased
flexibility. Help promote muscle repair and improve range of motion with deep, assisted stretching and